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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-12-2012, 05:38 AM Thread Starter
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Dyno map for Akrapovic Slip on and filter

Hello. Which Dyno map do you use with this configuration? Somebody has checked all maps available in the Dyno site? I know the custom map is the best option, but for now I Canīt do it.
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-30-2012, 01:18 AM
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not sure what year model your bike is or what programmer you're using but....

http://www.powercommander.com/powerc...ap_lookup.aspx



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it is a 06 RR and I use the PCIII usb
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I canīt read this maps with the extension .pvm. The maps I have been using have the extension .djm

I donīt know why..
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The previous ones are PC5 maps, try this link: http://www.powercommander.com/powerc...dl=196&yr=2006

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Those are the map Iīm using. But I wanted to know if somebody have experience with several of this maps and can advise me. Now Iīm checking 117-509 map and itīs fine for me.
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my 05 cbr600rr (30000km) with jardine dual rt-1 s/o exhaust and k/n filter makes 105hp to wheel.
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my 05 cbr600rr (30000km) with jardine dual rt-1 s/o exhaust and k/n filter makes 105hp to wheel.
With or without PCIII? Which Map did you put?
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I also am in the same boat as you, Santi. I'm rocking an 05 with the PCIII, Akra slip-on and a K&N filter. I'd love to find out exactly which map I should be loading!
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Check the 117-509 map. For me is enough good.
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For what it's worth: I just called Dynojet and the tech on the phone told me to use the tune for a Two Brothers exhaust + K&N filter, as the flow rates were likely very similar.
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